Our Tshirt: Made with a Cricut
Ok, so, don’t laugh, but my fiancé bought himself a Cricut. I didn’t even know what it was until I saw a few of my friends talking about it on Facebook recently, and then he came home with one. He wanted it for his business to be able to make signs, labels, and shirts. It’s funny because all of the blogs and youtube tutorials he was watching was women and I’m used to him watching nerds who 3D print or build things haha. We were in Michael’s picking up some extra stuff that he needed when I came across this Mama Bear/Baby Bear iron on and I had the cutest idea. I wanted to get it for my mom and me and we could do a who wore it better post. I bought pink because that’s my favorite color and my mom doesn’t really wear too much color. I think the most color she’s ever worn was a little bit of red.
I personally think my mom wore this better because she is mama bear. She was the one who brought me into this world. I also really like the jacket she is wearing, it’s super cute. It’s funny when I do these who wore it better posts with my mom because I always look back at older pictures of us going all the way back to when I was a toddler. We were always dressed the same or very similarly. A lot of times, we didn’t even plan it. The great thing about when I lived with my parents is one of us would always be able to change, but now that I don’t live at home and I show up in the same outfit it makes us laugh. However, lately I’ve been wearing things that I know my mom doesn’t have in her closet to make sure we aren’t wearing the same thing haha. I hate making my mom change because once she feels comfortable and confident in an outfit, that’s it, that’s her outfit.
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Anywho, happy hump day, and let’s move on to the linkup!
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